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dximageview

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NAME

dximageview - Image Viewer for displaying graphics files  

SYNOPSIS

/usr/bin/X11/dximageview [options] [filename...]


 

OPTIONS

The command line options are as follows: Used with the -root or -rootMode options to cause the Image Viewer to exit after displaying the image to the root window. The name of a file containing a list of files to read. The file should contain one file name per line. Displays the command syntax. The number of seconds to display each image in auto play mode. Do not repeat the sequence of images in auto play mode. Controls how the image is displayed to the root window. Valid options are: Scales the image to fill the root window. Centers the image. Centers the image in the window while preserving the image aspect ratio. Tiles the image with the image centered in the window. Tiles the image with the image located in the top left corner of the window. Equivalent to -rootMode centerMaximumSize.
 

DESCRIPTION

The Image Viewer application, dximageview, allows the user to view graphics files.

The supported image types are GIF, JPEG, TIFF, and X Pixmap (XPM).
 

RUNNING THE GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE

To start dximageview, do one of the following: Click on the Image Viewer icon in the CDE Application Manager. Double click on an icon for a JPEG, GIF, or TIFF file in the CDE File Manager. Drag and drop an icon from the CDE File Manager onto the Image Viewer icon. If the icon represents a supported image type, the application is opened with the subject file as the image displayed in the Image View Window. Invoke the following command from a terminal window: /usr/bin/X11/dximageview


 

EXAMPLES

To start the application, enter the following at the command line: /usr/bin/X11/dximageview


 

FILES


 

SEE ALSO

Commands: dticon(1)


 

Index

NAME
SYNOPSIS
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
RUNNING THE GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE
EXAMPLES
FILES
SEE ALSO

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